Milaidhoo Island Maldives offers reinvented luxury and spacious outdoor living epitomising the true contemporary Maldives. This understated yet undeniably sophisticated 5-star boutique resort spans 13 acres with its design and concept proudly rooted in Maldivian culture. Set in Baa Atoll’s beautiful UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, this spectacular, secluded 50-villa island retreat is just a 35-minute seaplane flight from Maldives International Airport. Stylish, intimate and natural; here guests find a place where they truly belong. Milaidhoo Maldives is a member of The Small Luxury Hotels of the World. 

MILAIDHOO MALDIVES HIGHLIGHTS 

 
Dining 
Beach Bungalow - Dhigali Maldives
9 Dining options avaliable  
There are a variety of restaurants to choose from. All offering world class chefs and unique flavours from all around the world. In room dining is also available.  
Accommodation 
Beach Suite With Pool - Dhigali Maldives
4 Room types 
4 Room types to choose from. If you want to be over looking the ocean or if you want to have a private pool, this resort has both. 
Spa 
Over Water Villa - Dhigali Maldives
Serenity Spa 
Ultimate relaxation for body, mind and 
soul takes place in one of four over-water 
treatment suites, with views of ocean and sky. 
Adventure 
Beach Bungalow - Dhigali Maldives
Activities 
Snorkeling in the shallow waters or diving to the depths of the deep blue ocean with a professional instructor, where you will learn to scuba dive with your family. 

IMAGES FROM MILAIDHOO MALDIVES: 

Dhigali Maldives - Haali Sunset Bar
Breakfast with ocean view 
Battuta Restaurant - Dhigali
Over water villa  
Spa and yoga at Dhigali Maldives
Yoga Room 
Capers - Buffet restaurant - Dhigali
Over water spa room 
Dhigali Water Villas
Private Pool 

Perfect for: 

Beach, honeymoon, wellness, family and diving 

When to go: 

November- April 

Flight duration from the UK: 

10 hours (approximate) 

Time zone: 

GMT + 5hrs 

International airports: 

Malé (MLE) 

Vaccinations: 

Some are recommended or required by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organisation (WHO). 
Contact us for details. 
 
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